International

Ontario universities are actively forging international connections through partnerships with institutions from around the world. These international partnerships enable our universities to educate globally aware and connected students, attract international students and future citizens, and carry out ground-breaking research and innovation by partnering with some of the world’s top institutions and talent.

Find out more about Ontario universities’ international partnerships and global outreach below.

International

Delegation Visits

Ontario universities have been pleased to host delegates of universities from around the world to showcase the first-rate teaching, research and student facilities available at our institutions. These delegations help establish important connections with fellow postsecondary institutions to allow for new or expanded global partnerships.

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International Students

International students are crucial contributors to university campuses and communities, enriching the lives of Ontario students as they study and engage with some of the brightest young minds from around the world.

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Study Abroad

Exchanges offer Ontario students the opportunity to expand their perspective of the world, adapt to a diversity of cultures, and develop the leadership skills necessary to excel in the global economy. As students study abroad or take part in service-learning programs, they are gaining the knowledge, talent and confidence to advance their careers and develop an international professional network.

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Resources

Questions & Answers

Ontario Universities Blog

Ontario Research Chair Bill Anderson wants to level your playing field by answering a deceptively simple question: “How can we make the border work better?” With a newly installed U.S. president skeptical of the benefits of international trade, the question is more timely than ever.
Building better borders: University of Windsor prof aims to make international trade efficient March 15, 2017

Ontario Research Chair Bill Anderson wants to level your playing field by answering a deceptively simple question: “How can we make the border work better?” With a newly installed U.S. president skeptical of the benefits of international trade, the question is more timely than ever.

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Through groundbreaking research and innovative new projects, and by growing advocacy and forging partnerships, Ontario’s universities continue to demonstrate their commitment to bettering the world we live in.
Ontario Universities Strengthen Commitment to Going Green November 29, 2016

Through groundbreaking research and innovative new projects, and by growing advocacy and forging partnerships, Ontario’s universities continue to demonstrate their commitment to bettering the world we live in.

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Ontario universities are excited to spark a conversation about the future. Over the coming year, all 21 Ontario universities will be in their communities asking for your insights.
Futuring with COU President David Lindsay September 30, 2016

Ontario universities are excited to spark a conversation about the future. Over the coming year, all 21 Ontario universities will be in their communities asking for your insights.

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As convocation season comes to a close and undergraduates decide whether to launch into the work world, or to continue their studies, Jordan Wilcox, a PhD graduate of the University of Guelph, tells us how he has benefited from his choice to go to graduate school.
How I made It: A Successful Guelph PhD Grad Shares His Story July 6, 2016

As convocation season comes to a close and undergraduates decide whether to launch into the work world, or to continue their studies, Jordan Wilcox, a PhD graduate of the University of Guelph, tells us how he has benefited from his choice to go to graduate school.

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News Releases

McMaster answers global call to promote health of people, places, planet March 14, 2017

McMaster has joined the world’s health-promoting universities and colleges in signing the Okanagan Charter, dedicated to advancing human and societal health and wellbeing.

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Amazon backs Waterloo student program to advance operational AI March 7, 2017

Engineering students at the University of Waterloo will apply classroom lessons in artificial intelligence (AI) to help develop new uses for a voice-activated virtual assistant system in a program funded by Amazon.

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Researchers find new way to kill world’s worst superbugs March 6, 2017

McMaster researchers have found a new way to treat the world’s worst infectious diseases, the superbugs that are resistant to all known antibiotics.

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York University Announces New President and Vice-Chancellor March 1, 2017

“Rhonda Lenton is a proven leader and will chart a successful course for York University’s next five years,” said Mr. Waugh.

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